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Exit Interview with John DeShazo, the Guy Who Built Everything

by Rich Smith That’s DeShazo on the right. He still has email account. Susannah Anderson is on the left. She’s a scene painter for the Seattle Opera. I've been told they're very good people. Kathryn Rathke This Saturday Northwest Film Forum is saying goodbye to two load-bearing beams of the Seattle film and theater scene: John DeShazo and Susannah Anderson. I had never met either one of them before (go figure, I am a baby to this place), but after speaking with DeShazo over the phone a few days ago I realized he and Anderson have had a hand or a hammer or a paintbrush in a staggering number of productions around town, not least of all in sets for the Stranger Genius awards.
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